- Publication date
- Public Domain
- Victory Pictures Corporation
Conrad's thugs (all of whom have mustaches and crisp suits) chase him into his friend Fred Klein (Fuzzy Knight)'s delicatessen. The two of them get taken back to Conrad and forced to talk. After fighting their way out of the Green Eagle Cafe again, they hightail it to Jerry's newspaper and tell the world (and the police) about Conrad's true profession. Afterwards Conrad and his henchmen try one gambit after another to get the money back.
[Synopsis by uniQ.]
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Lawrence Gray .... Jerry Mason
Sheila Bromley .... Lorraine Matthews (as Sheila Manners)
Bryant Washburn .... Nick Conrad
Fuzzy Knight .... Fred Klein
John Elliott .... Captain Matthews
Arthur Loft .... Pete, balding henchman
J. Farrell MacDonald .... Harry, the editor
Fred Kelsey .... Detective O'Brien
Richard Cramer .... Detective Hogan
George Chesebro .... First Mate Taylor
Earl Dwire .... Detective Sergeant
- Closed captioning
- Albert Herman
- Run time
Subject: are you kidding me?
i give it two stars. one for me. i actually watched it and the other for it being free.
Subject: Funny stuff
I still enjoyed this flick mainly because it was so utterly silly. It falls under the so dumb it's better than bad category, but fun to watch anyway.
Subject: Laughter Ahead
The plot is pretty good and all the actors do a fine job. I am adding an extra 'star' for the rating because Fred is so funny, especially about 15 minutes from the end when he's asleep and his gun accidently goes off and he wakes up saying "No you don't! No you don't!" Plus, the fight scene at the end is hilarious. Nice movie
Subject: Danger ahead? You can say that again
Subject: Guess what's ahead?
Although the plot is well, implausible, at least Lawrence Harvey makes for an entertaining hero, and the cast does a great job of supporting him. Lot and lots of action here too, so this is a film that never gets boring.
Subject: danger ahead
A fun film, lot of action crammed into an hour,
and good fight scenes as well. It had Saturday at the movies written all over it!
Subject: funny and exciting
laura: I thought it was kinda funny. The sidekick 'fred' was really good. you have to have that kind of character. the physical comedy in some of the fight scenes is great. the guy going through the window made me laugh.